[Athen] Experience or comparison of accessible copier models and features?

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Sun Oct 11 16:17:39 PDT 2015

Cannon has some good stuff, as does
Lexmark. Everyone else seems to be behind them,
-- we are talking about accessibility from the device itself.


At 04:41 PM 10/8/2015, you wrote:

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>Does anyone have any recent experience they can

>share on accessibility features of copiers?

>· Canon’s Remote Operator’s Software Kit (separate networked computer)

>· Canon’s Voice Guidance/Operation

>· Xerox’s Copier Assistant (separate

>computer via USB with Magic and JAWS)

>· Other copiers/printers with either

>add-on or built-in screen reader or physical access controls.


>Alternatively, are there any comparison grids

>available that cover copier models that are

>still available that have built-in accessibility

>features or that make use of the above add-ons?


>Thank you,



David Andrews and long white cane Harry.
E-Mail: dandrews at visi.com or david.andrews at nfbnet.org

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